Thursday, November 17th, 12:00 PM EST
E&C and HR Professionals and Mental Health: Staying Sane on the Job
Managing risk doesn't stop at the organizational level. Poor mental health represents one of the most underestimated risks to your organization. Higher employee engagement starts by understanding how one's mental state impacts their work. And you can't understand anyone else's until you understand your own.
E&C and HR professionals face many unique pressures as the primary risk censor for their organization. The ability to identify and navigate these pressures is an essential skill to advance one's goals, and the goals of their organization. Enter the Ethicsverse for a unique session on the importance of self-care and how to handle the stressors of our industry in, E&C and HR Professionals and Mental Health: Staying Sane on the Job.
Harvard University | Institutional Risk and Compliance Officer
Paul Liebman, JD, OCEG Fellow, is an accomplished, peer-recognized attorney with extensive, hands-on experience: providing practical litigation, transactional and day-to-day counseling services; solving complex organizational issues; designing, building and implementing best-practice governance, risk, compliance and ethics programs; and, managing global teams and projects in highly-matrixed environments. He was named one of National Law Journal's inaugural list of governance, risk and compliance Trailblazers and Pioneers and was selected as an OCEG Fellow for governance, risk and compliance thought-leadership and commitment to helping others achieve principled performance. He is the Institutional Risk and Compliance Officer at Harvard University.
Your Reason To Breathe | CEO
Sarah Ross is an international award-winning speaker and bestselling author who uses her own experiences with Burnout and Depression to help others avoid the dark place that she found herself in when she left the corporate world. Sarah works with corporate executives and their teams to help them strengthen their own resilience and thrive by using the power of “Your Reason To Breathe”, whilst empowering those teams to be self-supporting so that everyone becomes the best version of themselves whilst achieving great things for the organization.
Having spent over 16 years in Compliance, Ethics, and Process Improvement, Sarah combines a wealth of business experience with the unique business lessons she learnt through volunteering and her recovery from Burnout to help businesses retain and support their top talent whilst still delivering on the bottom line.
Radical Compliance | Editor & CEO
Matt Kelly is editor and CEO of RadicalCompliance.com, a blog and newsletter that follows corporate governance, risk, and compliance issues at large organizations; it includes the Compliance Jobs Report, a weekly update on compliance professionals moving around the industry. He also speaks on compliance, governance, and risk topics frequently.
Kelly was named as ‘Rising Star of Corporate Governance’ by Millstein Center for Corporate Governance in inaugural class of 2008; and named to Ethisphere’s ‘Most Influential in Business Ethics’ list in 2011 (no. 91) and 2013 (no. 77). In 2018 he won a Reader’s Choice award from JD Supra as one of the Top 10 authors on corporate compliance. Kelly previously was editor of Compliance Week, a newsletter on corporate compliance,from 2006 through 2015.
Ethico | Chief Servant & Co-CEO
Chief Servant and Co-CEO of Ethico, which provides compliance solutions to some of the largest organizations in the world, Nick is a student of behavioral economics and organizational psychology and has worked with and analyzed hundreds of organizations over his career in advisory services, private equity, and compliance. He has seen first-hand the transformative impact compliance and culture can have on generating sustainably superior results. Nick has a B.S in Finance, Accounting and Economics from Indiana University, is a member of Mensa International, Certified Public Accountant, and CFA Level 3 candidate, and has dedicated his life to serving -- his community, clients, team -- in order to make the world a better workplace.
Prior to becoming Chief Servant and Co-CEO of Ethico, Nick provided financial due diligence services to PE firms at KPMG followed by 10 years of Private Equity and alternative asset investing. He is a CPA, CFA L3, with a BS in Accounting, Finance and Economics from Indiana University. Nick is a student of behavioral economics and organizational psychology and has worked with and analyzed hundreds of organizations over his career in advisory services, private equity, and compliance.